Diwali to Wedding Season- Collections for a Seamless Transition!

The biggest festival of the year is here. Only this time around, firecrackers are replaced by crackling warnings about keeping the festivities small, simple and homebound. But just because you can’t do your big Diwali shebang, does not mean you don’t have to dress the part.

Diwali collections
Diwali collections

We bring you the best investment pieces for Diwali—outfit ideas that will not just light up your day but also work beautifully for the wedding season ahead! 

#1. Fiza by Gur Organics 

Pernia Qureshi’s latest collection Fiza by Gur Organics is everything you need to keep your look fresh and on point! This eco-friendly collection is all about free-flowing silhouettes, rich fabrics, and a timeless appeal. This stunning kaftan-style outfit Is perfect for your pre-Diwali celebration. The richly embellished belt adds a touch of glam to this louche silhouette. 

Dress it up: Want to amp up the style quotient for the wedding season? Pair this outfit with dramatic chandelier earrings and a gilded clutch for a look that says cocktail! 

Fiza by Gur Organics
Fiza by Gur Organics

#2. Raat Ki Rani by Good Earth

The brand is known for its timeless pieces and its latest launch, Raat Ki Rani, is no different. The collection embodies the richness of Indian craft with traditional weaves, fabrics, and silhouettes. If you’re looking for something classic, opt for this jewel-toned velvet sharara for a look that’s totally royal. 

Dress it up: Here’s an outfit that’s a great investment for the wedding season. Where this sharara set with a heavy gold choker and chand balis and watch your look transform! It’s perfect for your bestie’s wedding—comfy, elegant, and stunning. 

Raat Ki Rani by Good Earth (1)
Raat Ki Rani by Good Earth

#3. The Keya Saree by Mulmul

If you’re in a sunshine state of mind and want to bring in Diwali with bright colors and a super festive feel, this sari by Mulmul is a great choice. The canary yellow is all things bright and fun, and the beautiful Lucknowi work is just what you need to amp up the drama. 

Dress it up: This sari can translate into the perfect Mehendi look for the wedding season. Drape it in a non-conventional manner and pair it with jutis and some fresh flowers in your hair and you have yourself a winning outfit! 

The Keya Saree by Mulmul
The Keya Saree by Mulmul

#4. The Bengal Tales by Divyam Mehta

Here is a designer who knows how to keep it minimal yet statement. His 2020 collection embodies that spirit and makes it ideal for your Diwali wardrobe. This rust outfit is easy, comfortable, and yet festive. Rich fabric and tailoring make it the perfect understated choice for an at-home Diwali

Dress it up: Want to reinvent this for the wedding season. Pair it with a heavily worked gold dupatta for a head-turning look. Add stilettos, a chunky bracelet, and a choker to complete the look. 

The Bengal Tales by Divyam Mehta
The Bengal Tales by Divyam Mehta

#5. Reflections by Riddhi Mehra

We absolutely love this contemporary take on the classic Indian sari. The inventive drape combined with a refreshing coral palette makes this outfit perfect for your Diwali celebration. 

Dress it up: This outfit translates perfectly into any wedding set up. Just amp up the glam factor with statement jewelry and smokey makeup, and you’re all set for that family wedding! Keep it cinched at the waist for maximum impact. 

Reflections by Riddhi Mehra
Reflections by Riddhi Mehra

With the new normal, the celebration is mostly intimate that includes the most anticipated festival, Diwali. Be safe and enjoy the festival! Need some tips and ideas to plan an intimate wedding during the corona pandemic? Join our exclusive WhatsApp group for couples by clicking here!

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Tanvi Saraf

Tanvi Saraf is a writer, editor and traveller who's recently moved to the south. Having worked with the country's leading publications, including Marie Claire, India Today, Harper's Bazaar Bride and L'officiel, she now heads marketing for WeddingWishlist.com & CherryTin.com. Her life's philosophy and choices are guided by her motto, "Enjoy it. Because it's happening", and with both our websites, she's all set to bring the joy back to gifting.

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